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3 Good Reasons to Consider Server Virtualization

April 26th, 2018 by admin

Companies which are able to virtualize their desktops and step into virtual environments tend to collaborate more effectively and efficiently. Server virtualization is the administrative process of dividing one physical server into multiple isolated virtual...

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Cost Saving Ideas for Your Business

March 29th, 2018 by admin

A few dollars here, a few dollars there. We’ve heard it our whole lives: “It adds up.” But how often do we ignore the little daily cost-saving measures by using the justification, “It’s only a few dollars more.” How many times per month do we tell ourselves...

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Say Goodbye to Giant CAPEX Bills

February 15th, 2018 by admin

When it comes to your business IT expenditures, budget efficiency will always be a strategic focus. After all, technology can be as expensive as it is crucial in optimizing your business operations. And in recent years the level of that technology has...

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OPEX vs. CAPEX: An IT Budget Title Fight

February 8th, 2018 by admin

It’s a conflict as old as time. Two can enter the field of combat, but only one will leave. Actually, that’s an exaggeration. Sorry. But with the rise in cloud computing in recent years, it is a common C-level discussion about IT budgeting. We’re...

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What Cloud Computing Isn't

July 20th, 2017 by admin

While the term cloud computing may conjure up images of sentient thunder clouds that crunch numbers and organize spread sheets, the reality is much less fantastical (sorry to disappoint). Cloud computing is an important part of contemporary information...

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Cloud Security for Law Firms

May 7th, 2015 by admin

Cloud computing is a popular method for law firms. Cloud computing is a way for firms to reduce costs, improve remote connectivity, adapt to the mobile business, encourage company-wide collaboration, and protect sensitive client data. The versatility...

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